Our Living Heritage: A Juneteenth Play at St. Stephens

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Photo: Darrel Wheeler

Important figures of the struggle were represented and brought to life on the St. Stephens Church stage by members of the congregation.

By Darrel Wheeler, Contributing Writer

For the 35th time, the good people at St. Stephen’s Cathedral Church of God in Christ presented their own brand of Juneteenth entertainment with a live docudrama Black history play last Saturday, June 18th.

The play was presented by Elder Glenn A.McKinney, Sr. and Pastor First Lady Carol McKinney, Maxine Clark. It was created, directed, and produced by OLH, with Evelyn Blackshire as assistant and costume designer.

Important figures of the struggle were represented and brought to life on the St. Stephens Church stage by members of the congregation.

FOR THE FULL ARTICLE AND PHOTOS, SEE THIS WEEK’S ISSUE.

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